So March has been a really cool month for me. It began with this awesome feature collaboration with artist Meghan Keane at Broadsided. I was also honored to be a part of the poetry and conversation series at the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore with Steven Leyva and Rebekah Remington. You can listen to the reading and subsequent wide-ranging discussion here (the March 12th entry). I'm also excited to report that work from Curio will be featured on Delmarva Public Radio (our local NPR) March 27th at 9 am with the work of three of my students: fiction writer Maxi Garte, poet Emmanuel Flores and essayist Tyler Tennant. The show is hosted by the legendary Hal Wilson of Delmarva Review. I will also be posting student accomplishments by semester instead of by year from here on out. Salisbury students are doing amazing things nearly daily. So look for that post in mid May.
I also want to take a second to give a shout out to one of my former students, Jordan Durham. She has had an incredible run as of late with poems recently published or forthcoming in Phoebe, Superstition Review, Painted Bride Quarterly and Indiana Review. So proud! She is also doing an incredible job with Fugue where she is the editor in chief. Kudos, JD!
Finally, I'd like to thank everyone for all the interest and support in my projects. Your emails and messages have meant so much. Well, back to work. Happy Spring everyone!